Catalogue descriptionSir George Arthur: Material for the biography of Lord Kitchener including statements...

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Details of PRO 30/57/93
Reference: PRO 30/57/93
Description:

Sir George Arthur: Material for the biography of Lord Kitchener including statements from friends and acquaintances of Lord Kitchener, typescript drafts, etc.

Principal subjects and authors include: (1a) Kitchener's curriculum vitae; (3a) Major General H Watkis: Dual control, The Kitchener-Curzon quarrel; (7) General Sir A Hunter: Kitchener in the Sudan, 1896-1898; (12) Major General N M Smyth: Memories of Kitchener in Egypt and the Sudan; (13) Kitchener's letters from his father (Colonel H H Kitchener); (17) Extracts General Sir H L Smith-Dorrien: Kitchener in India; (18a-b) Kitchener and Khartoum: planning of the new city, with photographs. Memoir by W H Mclean (Ministry of the Interior, Cairo, 1916); (19) Captain H F C Kitchener RN (Viscount Broome): visit with his uncle [Lord Kitchener] to Egypt and the Sudan, 1910-1911; (20) General Sir L Rundle: Recollections of Kitchener; (23) Memorandum on Kitchener's interest in tropical agriculture in Egypt; (24) Lord Beaverbrook: Kitchener and Lloyd George; (28) Kitchener Fountain and Boy groups (sculpture for Broome Park); (30) General Sir J Maxwell: Recollections of Kitchener; (34) Colonel H W Jackson, Governor, Dongola Province: Notes on Fashoda incident, second phase (1898)

Date: [c 1896-c 1920]
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: GA3
Legal status: Not Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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